Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by pie125, Apr 4, 2018.
What if John Cena is hinting at a live-action GoBots movie in the future?
I wish! I’ve had so many ideas!
Well Hasbro did get the movie rights to GoBots in 2015.
Hasbro Applies For A Go-Bots Movie And Toyline Trademark - Transformers News - TFW2005
A Year before they announced the Hasbro Cinematic Universe.
First Movie Of The Hasbro Cinematic Universe Will Release In 2018 - HissTank.com
The HCU will still happen starting with G.I. Joe, Micronauts, & DnD.
HissTank Coverage Of Toy Fair 2018 Hasbro Investor Preview Event - HissTank.com
I’m liking where this is going. I’ve thought they could have this technic where they create simple robot designs and have actors face green screened onto the models. It would make them seem different than transformers and also add to the idea that they are cyborgs.
Live-Action Rock Lords would be cool to see.
Well any new GoBots Hasbro makes can't look like the OG GoBots, because they don't own those toys of them, Bandai does.
But they own the likeness.
Well they can't transform the same.
Wreck gar transforms the same as cy-kill.
Use too, is what you meant.
Darkwing has the same transformation as leader one but back to front.
Well they can't use that for Leader-1 or Bandai will sue Hasbro.
Slicks shares key altmode features and transformation aspects to mirage. Btw I’m just gonna keep listing examples.
But those aren't being used on GoBots are they now? Transformers can use the same transformations as OG GoBots but if the transformations were to be used on New GoBots by Hasbro and they looked like the old ones then Bandai will sue Hasbro.
They don’t need to look like old ones. Also pathfinder is a UFO and shares similar engineering to cosmos.
Now that is the kind of sensibility I can get down with for this film. After the giant clusterfuck that was TLK and learning that this is more than likely going to be the Bayverse's last hurrah? I think a simple fun story is much appreciated and what I hope this means is that we get no ridiculous additional detail about how the Transformers were involved in our history, no Cybertronian MacGuffin that can or has the ability to activate something that can wreck everything, clearly defined heroes and villains and at the very least a bit of that imagination that the first film and really the franchise showed. I remember watching the behind the scenes of the first film with Bay mentioning how when he was looking at all these images and reading about this franchise, he had ideas flowing in his head of robots transforming while going 300 miles per hour and just these massive battles which with the exception of a few scenes in the films we really haven't seen so with the fact that this is most likely the final film in the Bayverse and how this is meant to be fun? I hope to see them just play around with some things. Hell maybe they could do some elements in a similar manner to what Out of the Shadows did compared to the 2014 TMNT film.
That moment you realize Bay's version of the Ark is based on the Mini-Con ship from Armada.
Both crushed on the moon.
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